Title: Downward Spiral: Prologue
Genre: Action, Adventure, Indie
3rd Eye Studios
3rd Eye Studios
Release Date: 30 Mar, 2017
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Cool zero gravity simulator, very nice graphicals, sort of 80's inspired enemies to shoot. Short but good. I think having played Lone Echo might have tainted my love for this, as LE is a major upgrade, but if you haven't or don't intend to play that game, check this out. The helmet and gloves are cool. Just feels a bit dated. Worth checking out!. Nice 0g experience. Give it more story and full-game will be awesome.. This game works beautifully! Not only the environment, but the very subtle sounds and immersion they were able to accomplish. Things like hearing a faint rubber or scratching sound when you bend your arms while in the spacesuit. It really feels like you are living in a sci fi mystery.. I got to pumped that this game would be longer, It is great, i love walking around in 0g, grabbing stuff trying not to fall into empty space. meanwhile shooting at robots trying to kill me,
But and here is the biggest negitive, its only 20mins gameplay, Comon guys, I want more, Give me more. :c
I havent tried the multiplayer yet, but if the multiplayer is fun, this game might be worth the 10bucks, i just feel like i got hyped over nothing but a short expierence.. The graphics are amazing. AAA quality. Although the single player campaign is short, it is a fun way of getting used to the locomotion which is amazing. The real star of the show is the deathmatch! I logged in during a "play with devs" session organized on the steam community forum, and it was pretty intense. The zero G mechanic creates a whole new style of mulitplayer deathmatch and I think it's amazing and really well suited for VR. Getting kills and getting killed in zero G feels really epic, and it's fun how you can shield yourself from incoming shots using space debris.
If you want to play multiplayer then be sure to add me as a steam friend. I'll be down to play anytime so we can build up this community.
Also keep an eye on the community forum for scheduled matches with the devs.. A nice surprise from a bundle game (rarely happens!).
I nearly gave up initially, with extremely low expectations due to getting in a bundle, having an issue with my hands getting a bit mixed up in game (they were bending bizarrely - doing a weird double jointed thingie) making it difficult to perform the very basic task of grabbing the rail to move along. But I stuck it out, got an achievement for starting the campaign, laughed, rolled my eyes, and figured Ill give it a couple more minutes...
The hand issue didnt come up again once I got into the campaign. So teething problems aside, I began to warm up to the game.
The atmosphere is nice, the music is on point, and the inventory mechanics is simple and effective. Its a little basic on the visuals, but you do get the feeling they are trying to do as much as they can with what they have. Better than a gorgeous game thats boring and/or broken. The "game" was completed in about 15 minutes tho, and I really didnt like that the end was literally the game logo in your face for about a minute.... ........ and then "to be continued...." for, too long, whatever length it was...!
I was surprised to learn they were charging 10 quid for this thing at release! It does have the short campaign which can also be played in co-op (very nice), and a deathmatch. But lets face it, the VR space is fairly small, so outside of the first week or 2, there was probably next to nobody on this thing. While it is worth the €2 its now listed at, I think it would be a better business decision for them to give this for free - it is a teaser for the actual game, and a good one. But again, it is worth the €2!
https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1503759154. An interesting short experience. Be aware there is an emphasis on this being a prologue. Don't expect things to go anywhere poignant. You are looking at a 20 minute single player experience. Co-op of the same which doesn't really add much. And deathmatch mode which isn't much to write home about. If you can get it for a dollar it's an decent experience. Otherwise look into the full game they released a year later and try get that on sale.. This is about a 30 minutes of cool space mystery for $2 and it was well worth the price. Don't look at this as a full game because it's not, look at it more like a taste of what to expect from the main game Downward Spiral: Horus Station. Without this I probably would've left Horus station on my wishlist for ages before trying it.
I played in coop but it can be played in singleplayer too, it has a multiplayer mode which I thik is a horde mode so there's potential extra fun to be had there.
Would very much reccomend if you are considering buying Horus Station but are unsure if you will like it or not.
One extra note is that in Horus station the air gun movement system is replaced by a faster magnetic grapling hook system, and you can use snap turn while holding things wihtout it releasing your grip unlike in the Prologue.. + Super polished
+ Great movement (thanx to zero gravity)
+ Nice for a demo as you dont have to explain a lot
- well it feels more like a demo anyway
- waaaaay to short (I needed 20 minutes for my playthrough)
For 10 \u20ac no! But I got it for 0,99\u20ac in the summer sale.
So grab it at sale, great 20 minutes! Do not buy it at full price, its not worth 10 \u20ac.
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